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NHS Collaboration Award

Presented to the NHS Trust which has worked with other public/private sector organisations, such as local government, police, fire, charities, schools etc to engage the local community in preventative campaigns.


2019 Winner

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust / Lancashire Enterprise Advisor Network

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s Technology Services team have collaborated with the Inspira Group and Lancashire Enterprise Advisor Network to inspire the future NHS workforce. A large group of the Technology Services team, including colleagues from the Digital programme, Technical Infrastructure, Projects, IT Training, Information Governance and Management teams attend high schools in Lancashire and participate in careers workshops with young people. The team have promoted the importance and wide range of careers in Health Technology and so far, have visited over 20 high schools, reaching over 1,000 students by attending various digitally‐inspired activities.
 

2019 NHS Collaboration Award Winner: Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust / Lancashire Enterprise Advisor Network


Commended

Guy’s & St. Thomas NHS Trust / London Ambulance Service
George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust / Warwickshire Fire & Rescue Service



2018 Winner

NHS Hull CCG / Humberside Fire and Rescue - Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre

This innovative new facility, the first of its type in the UK, has the potential to transform care for older people in Hull by providing out of hospital care, reducing unnecessary hospital admissions and enabling residents to keep fit and healthy and live independently in their own homes. A new clinically led team will primarily treat 12,000 frail older people in Hull with long term conditions who have been assessed by their GP as being at risk of hospital admission. The longer term aim of the centre, which sits on the site of the former David Lister School in East Hull, is to reduce unplanned admissions by up to 20 per cent and is forecasted to save the NHS up to £5.8 million.
 

2018 NHS Collaboration Award Winner: NHS Hull CCG / Humberside Fire and Rescue - Jean Bishop Integrated Care Centre


Commended

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust(NSFT)/HMP Wayland -PIPE
Northumberland, Tyne and Wear Local Pharmacy Network / NHS England - Community Pharmacy Referral Service
Healthy London Partnership / Metropolitan Police - Handover process for Voluntary Mental Health patients in Emergency Departments



2017 Winner

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust / Greater Manchester Casualty Reduction Partnership / North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust

Safe Drive Stay Alive is a partnership between Greater Manchester’s emergency services, Salford Royal, and bereaved family members that aims to reduce the number of young driver related deaths and injuries on our roads. The performances use a mixture of live speakers and film to encourage young people face up to the realities of careless driving and to realise the huge responsibilities that a driving licence brings with it.
 

2017 NHS Collaboration Award Winner: Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust / Greater Manchester Casualty Reduction Partnership / North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust


Commended

Tees Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust/Durham Constabulary - Street Triage
East Midlands Ambulance Service / Derbyshire Police - Project Zao
Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust / West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service - Fall prevention training
South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Trust/Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust


2016 Winner

Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust / South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue / South Yorkshire Police

Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust has joined forces with South Yorkshire police and firefighters with the aim of reducing the demand on 999 responders. The Local Intervention and Falls Episodes (LIFE) team will attend lower priority incidents in Sheffield, seeing fire and police staff visit hundreds of homes in the city to reduce fire risk in properties, improve security and help people who have fallen and contribute to reducing the risk of falls. The team operates using two specialist vehicles and four staff - two South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue employees and two South Yorkshire Police community support officers (PCSOs).
 

NHS Collaboration Award Winner - Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust / South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue / South Yorkshire Police


Commended

Humberside Fire and Rescue / NHS Hull CCG - Falls Response Team
London Ambulance Service / London Fire Brigade / Metropolitan Police - Eat Drink and Be Safe campaign

 


 

2015 Winner

Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust

The winning collaborative project helped raise awareness of the difficulties faced by those with visual impairments. The Trust worked with the local Fire service, and the results have seen an increase in referrals and helped to maintain their independence and autonomy.
 

Commended

Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust
NHS Northern, Eastern and Western Devon
Essex & Herts Air Ambulance
NHS Great Yarmouth and Waveney CCG